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Under the Radar Protein News of the Week
Find a weekly roundup of news from across the protein landscape that flew under the radar this week.
Seafood People Partners With Digital Tvilling
Global consulting and executive recruitment company Seafood People has entered into a partnership with Digital Tvilling, a platform and innovation specialist. The partnership will allow Seafood People to further expand their services in the digital space by using Digital Tvilling’s cutting-edge platform, which “provides digital representation that look like reality, captures the reality, and is connected to the reality in real-time...
Believer Foods Announces New Executive Leadership Appointments
Believer Meats, a leading pioneer of the cultivated meat industry, announced today the appointment of Gustavo Burger as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effectively immediately. Gustavo previously served as Chief Operating Officer at Believer and takes the helm as the company prepares for its next phase of significant growth. Gustavo succeeds Nicole Johnson-Hoffman, who has moved on from the company to pursue other career opportunities.
Believer is at the forefront of the rapidly growing cultivated meat industry, focused on developing the world's most efficient...
NC is a Leading Pork and Poultry Producer. Now, a Company Wants to Grow Chicken in a Lab.
Growing chickens and hogs is big business in North Carolina.
Now, a company that grows its meat in a lab instead of in barns is looking to Eastern North Carolina for the location of its first commercial-scale facility.
Believer Meats is investing more than $123 million to build a manufacturing facility in Wilson Corporate Park. When complete, the Wilson facility will employ about 100 people, with Believer targeting the production of about 22 million pounds of meat a year...
BELIEVER Meats Begins Construction on Largest Cultivated Meat Facility in the World
BELIEVER Meats, a cultivated meat manufacturer, broke ground on its first commercial facility in the U.S., which is expected to be the world's largest cultivated meat production center.
Once in operation, the Wilson, North Carolina plant will be 200,000 square feet and provide the company with the capacity to produce at least 10,000 metric tons of cultivated meat, slaughter-free.
"Our facility propels BELIEVER forward as a leader in the cultivated meat industry," says Nicole Johnson-Hoffman, CEO of BELIEVER Meats...
Future Meat Technologies Unveils New Brand, Changes Name to Believer Meats
Future Meat Technologies ("Future Meat"), the industry-leading company developing innovative food technology to produce cultivated meat, has changed its name to Believer Meats ("Believer"), effective immediately. The rebranding is a big step in the broader strategic transformation of Future Meat into a technology-rooted food company as Believer prepares for its product launch. Believer's groundbreaking process and technology have paved the way to bring cultivated meat one step closer to commercial viability, pending U.S. regulatory approval.
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